In the latest event in what's got to be the most drama-filled celebrity pregnancy of the social media age, Blac Chyna has shared a lengthy takedown of radio and daytime TV host Wendy Williams, after Williams offered some long-winded public judgements of her own on the Rob & Chyna couple.

It all started on the November 4 episode of The Wendy Williams Show. In a segment titled "Birthing for Dollars," Wendy shrugged off reports that the couple is shopping a TV special for the live birth of their baby, and longed for the days "when Rob was thin, when Rob was smarter, when Rob was more of a go—when Rob had more confidence, when Rob was dating Adrienne Bailon and just seemed to be a different kind of guy." Rob has intimated that his personality and physical changes are due at least in part to his ongoing struggle with depression, a topic touched on in his E! reality show with Chyna.

"Chyna comes from the world of the pole," Williams said to the crowds' laughter, alluding to her past as a stripper. The TV host went on to proclaim Chyna and her mother Tokyo Toni have hatched a "ruse," effectively pronouncing Chyna a gold digger and saying, "Oh she's not attracted to him."

Blac Chyna, unsurprisingly, did not take well to Wendy Williams' public speculation on her family life. In a November 6 Instagram post, Chyna took Williams to task, writing, "Wendy.. Wendy.. lost your motherf---in mind hoe? How dare you speak on me, my fiancé, and my mom like you were at the Christmas table with us?! I find it so funny how you love to talk about Rob and his insecurities like at a point in time you wasn't a fat 400 pound ass b--- on the radio!"

Read Blac Chyna's response to Wendy, in which she maintains that "Rob is MY MAN! MINE!" and refers to Wendy Williams' own husband Kevin Hunter and alleging abuse ("You want him to be like Kevin? Right you want Rob to put some bass in his voice and a fist upside my head next right?") below.

Williams has yet to acknowledge Chyna's response; the opinionated host isn't one to apologize for her remarks very often.

Watch Wendy Williams hold forth on "Blac and Rob" below (her analysis begins at the 3:10 mark):

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